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A flower journey to South Africa

Of course, we all know South Africa for its jungle safaris, the delicious wine and Cape Town. But did you know that South Africa has the most diverse plant and flower habitat in the world?

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El Cortador

Some people know them as feather grass, others as pampas grass or even as Cortaderia. But all these names lead to the same silky type of ornamental grass. Its fluffy fronds will turn any place super cosy in a jiffy.

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Magical flower balls

The time has come for pink, blue and white hydrangeas to make way for the classic versions in green, red and brown hues. With their magical flower balls that swap their colours for antique and dark hues, these cut hydrangeas are a perfect fit for autumn and winter. They are the ideal basis for a bouquet, but also work really well as a single flower in a vase.

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An idol for butterflies and bees

Sedum plants are found in the wild in dry, rocky areas. So it is hardly surprising that they effortlessly survive dry periods and are therefore very easy to look after.

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Hay fever-proof bouquet

No matter how beautiful nature may look at this time of year, if you suffer from hay fever, that wonderful spectacle will only lead to itchy eyes and continuous sneezing. However, your customers no longer need to go without their daily dose of flowers.

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The hero among flowers

Majestic and impressive: what better way to describe the Gladiolus? This 'hero' shoots upward like a rocket from where it shows off a wide range of colours from late spring until well into autumn.

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Poetry with the Delphinium

Are they little blue bells that ring, or tiny dolphins jumping in and out of the green undergrowth? Proud and tall in a field of grass, blessed with shades of blue otherwise unheard of in the floral world. Cousin to the buttercup, queen in her own right.

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Having a ball in summer

It's very unexpected to see a member of the onion family grow into a spectacular blooming ball of tiny flowers! Still, this ornamental onion, or Allium, will make you happy.

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Sun lovers

They are known as tournesol in France, and with good reason. It's always fun to see how sunflowers turn their 'face' towards the sun. Why not put a few of these cheerful sun lovers in pots on the terrace or mix them in a bouquet to create a typical French atmosphere? This sunny yellow range is now abundantly available from us again.

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